*Waves frantically and blows lots and lots of kisses*
Fab to see you back Towner. Tell us what's been happening if you want to, but otherwise just tell us if you're okay x
I am eating twiglets.Black bin day here tomorrow. MrKJ is actually here to drag the overfull bin out.
Sorry, missed your post Towner - nice to see you, hope you're ok ((()))
I've had a most un-mundane day.
Amphetamines were discovered at work and an investigation is going on. It feels very exciting
so good to see you abck with us Towner. I hope you manage to get your life back on track quickly
Welcome back ((Towner)). So sorry to hear you've been through such a rough time. Really hope things work out well for you.
((JT)), that sounds awful for both of you. I hope it's not a flare up and she'll be better again very soon.
I see it's back to grey skies today. I cut some of the lawn yesterday. No mice nesting under the lawn mower this year. I did move it very carefully, just in case...
Morning all - here's hoping MrsJT is feeling tons better today.
I have to run to the bank (well drive not run)
Be back soon x
Ham salad sandwich.
Cheese salad sandwich and a mug of mushroom soup... and a Mars bar.
I may pop.
Does anyone else thinks this looks like SOLB?
I can see a likeness, but I don't think they are related
I've had a sports massage. My shoulder is pooped so I came home and had a pasta bake with lots and lots of cheese
Erm....... not really, sorry GFB!I went to have pizza with a work friend who is about to have a baby (i.e. booked for next Tuesday so I had hot water, soap and a towel in the car. Okay so that's James Herriot, but I'm sure the principle's the same.
Had a really really scary drive home though. It was pitch dark and raining, I didn't know the road, the light was reflecting off the windscreen/my glasses so I was really worried that I didn't know which way the road would go when someone with bright lights came towards me and dazzled me and would end up steering the wrong way. By the end of it I was feeling sick with fear, doing about 40mph max with my heartrate doing a fandango whilst whoever was stuck behind me was getting visibly hacked off, so drove about 6 inches from my bumper. I really can't allow this to get any worse given that I have to drive to work, but it's not the first time it's happened. I've had an eye test recently so the problem's in my head.
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